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Olive Oil Bar Soap | 50gr -  -  - Saarde Body - Saardé.
Olive Oil Bar Soap | 50gr - Anatolia - Anatolia - Saarde Body - Saardé.

Olive Oil Bar Soap | 50gr

$6.90

Olive Oil Bar Soap humectant properties help your skin absorb and retain moisture which keeps it from drying out. It has a light warm fragrance and has antimicrobial properties. Honey Olive Oil Bar Soap can be used on your face, body and hair (as long as it's not colour treated).

This is a dense bar of soap that retains its form, will never crack and will not leave the usual soap residue on your shower shelf or bathroom vanity. Honey Olive Oil Bar Soap is beneficial to all skin types. Treat your skin kindly everyday.

Ingredients

Saponified Olive Oil, Saponified Coconut Oil, Saponified Castor Oil, Fragrance

Anatolia"  Fig Leaf, Bergamot, and Rosewood

Istanbul" Clove, Sandalwood, Cardamom

Tangier" Neroli, White Jasmine, Nutmeg and Tuberose

Andalusia" Thyme and Alive Leaf

Shipping and Returns

Free shipping for all Australian orders over $100 and international orders over $300. More information here.

Free 30-day returns for all standard orders as per our returns and refunds policy here.

Dimensions

6cm x 6cm x 4cm / 2.36" x 2.36" x 1.57"
Wgt | 0.15kg / 0.33lb

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What makes Saardé Natural Olive Oil Soap so special?

Saardé all-natural olive oil bar soap is made on a beautiful sun-drenched olive farm on the Aegean coast of Turkey - a region where olives have been cultivated for over 2000 years.

The process and formulation of this soap were developed over many years to be particularly moisturising and nourishing – it is unlike any other soap you have ever used - it feels beautiful to use, doesn't leave your skin feeling dry and doesn't crack or get the soapy slime that many soaps do.

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Just the good things

  • No SLS/SLES
  • No Dyes
  • Natural ingredients
  • No synthetic preservatives
  • No synthetic colours
  • Palm oil-free
  • Moisturises & nourishes the skin
  • Biodegradable
  • Vegan

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Benefits

  • Moisturising and nourishing – One of the best things about olive oil soap is its powerful moisturising and nourishing properties. It helps to soften the skin moisturising while gently cleansing.
  • Rich in antioxidants – Olive oil promotes healthier skin by reversing oxidation and repelling damage-causing free radicals.
  • Suitable for all skin types – Olive oil soap can be used by everyone, from babies to the elderly, and are suitable for all skin types. Its moisturising and nourishing properties mean it is suitable for people with dry skin. Olive oil soap is non-greasy and doesn’t clog pores which is great for oily or acne prone skin. Olive oil is hypoallergenic, which means it won’t cause a nasty reaction when applied to skin.
  • Mild and soothing for the skin – Olive oil soap is a great alternative for people suffering from eczema or psoriasis as it has a lower pH than most commercial soaps. It's moisturising, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties help to soften, sooth and nourish the skin, all without interfering with natural skin function.
    Great Escapes Greece. The Hotel Book -  -  - Thames and Hudson - Saardé.
    Great Escapes Greece. The Hotel Book -  -  - Thames and Hudson - Saardé.

    Great Escapes Greece. The Hotel Book

    $100.00

    Greece’s ancient art and culture form the cradle of Western civilization-numerous monuments and museums tell to this day of the country’s rich history. Greece is unique also by virtue of its breathtaking landscapes, the hospitality of its inhabitants, and its fabulous hotels, making it the dream destination of many travelers. The fresh and healthy cuisine, the crystal clear sea, and the canvas-worthy sunsets do the rest-a trip to Greece is pure delight.


    Angelika Taschen travels from the mountains of Macedonia in the north to the Peloponnese with its mythical places like Corinth, Sparta, and Olympia, and to the larger and smaller groups of islands in the south. She opens the doors to some of the country’s most extraordinary hotels, including Imaret in Kavala, located in a former Ottoman complex; Tainaron Blue Retreat in a secluded former defense tower in the Mani; and The Windmill, a converted windmill on the island of Kimolos in the Cyclades. She invites readers to discover legendary luxury hotels, like Eagles Palace in Halkidiki or Poseidonion Grand Hotel on Spetses, and takes them to enchanting B&Bs like Guesthouse Mazaraki in Mystras or Mèlisses on Andros, run by food blogger Allegra Pomilio.


    Along her itinerary, she visits hotels on well-known picturesque islands-such as the Mystique on Santorini and the Soho Roc House on Mykonos-but also accommodations in remote places like the Mediterraneo on the island of Kastelorizo, which lies in the very southeast of Greece off the Turkish coast. In addition she shows interesting architectural and design concepts, such as The Rou Estate hotel village, a historic, carefully restored hamlet on Corfu; the minimalist Olea All Suite Hotel on Zakynthos; and Ammos on Crete, where no two pieces of furniture are alike and new eccentric pieces are added every year.

     

    Shipping and Returns

    Free shipping for all Australian orders over $100 and international orders over $300. More information here.

    Free 30-day returns for all standard orders as per our returns and refunds policy here.

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